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by a cbs 5 viewer right after qantas flight 74 hit safe ground this morning at sfo. you can see what appears to be a hole in the engine compartment after an engine blowout over the pacific ocean. >> there was a very strong shudder on the right-hand side of the plane, a bit of a bump and the same kind of veer left. >> heard a very strange noise. i knew -- i don't travel that much but i knew it was very wrong. >> reporter: more than 200 passengers had a travel tale that started more than 45 minutes into the flight bound to australia. >> people on the right-hand side of the plane seemed very shocked and apparently there was some flames coming out that side of the plane. >> it was a vibration, push and feel something was wrong, very uncertain for a period of time until the captain announced the engine blew up. >> reporter: the plane flew around for a while to get rid of fuel and returned to sfo around 1:00 a.m., where crews got to work inspecting the damaged 747. these pictures were taken by an anonymous mechanic at sfo who says it could be a case of engine fatigue. the airport spokesman
were taken by a cbs 5 viewer right after qantas flight 74 hit safe ground this morning at sfo. you can see what appears to be a hole in the ingeneral compartment after -- in the engine compartment after a blowout over the pacific ocean. >> there was a very strong shudder on the right-hand side of the plane. a bit of a sag and a bump and the same kind of veered off left. >> heard a very strange noise. i don't travel that much but it was wrong. >> reporter: more than 200 passengers have a travel tale that started 45 minutes into the flight bound for australia. >> people in the right-hand side of the plane seemed very shocked, and apparently there were flames coming outside of that side of the plane. >> it was uncomfortable vibration, very uncertain for a period of time until the captain announced what was going on and we had an engine that blew up. >> reporter: the plane flew around for a while to get rid of fuel and returned to sfo at around 1:00 a.m., where crews got to work inspecting the damaged 747. these pictures were taken by an anonymous mechanic at sfo who says it could be a cas
aeropuerto internacional de san francisco de donde habia despegado minutos antes.--el vuelo 74 de "qantas airways" se vio obligada a regresar a la terminal aerea luego de que uno de sus motores dejara de funcionar.--la aeronave transportaba a 212 pasajeros. --afortunadamente, a pesar del susto, nadie resulto herido. --la gobernadora de arizona aseguÓ que su estado ha recibido mas de 2 millones de dolares en donativos para la defensa legal de la ley sb1070. --como usted recordaÁ "jan brewer" decidÓ apelar el mandato de un juez federal que bloquÓ los apartados mas polemicos de la legislacion anti-inmigrante.--desde que fue implementada a finales de julio, la "sb1070" ha enfrentado 7 demandas, dos de las cuales fueron desestimadas. en arizona, donde el debate sobre la inmigracÓn ilegal es particularmente intenso, la llegada de los refuerzos de la guardia nacional tambÉn geneÓ reacciones negativas. valeria ferÁndez nos --la masacre de 72 inmigrantes ocurrida en san fernando tamaulipas, tiene sumida en el dolor a una familia guatemalteca de california que se enteró por televisión de
ingenieros de qantas, dicen que una falla en una turbina causó que un metal se disparara y que dañara una de las alas. >> la esposa del policía de freemont que fue baleado por un presunto pandillero en oakland, cuenta la triste historia, las dos balas habían dando en la pelvis de su marido, quien corría el riesgo de no salir del quirófano, la pareja solo tiene 2 hijos pequeños. >> el alguacil del condado de alameda busca a un par de hombres que asesinaron a francisco lópez, cuando pensaban que ñste pretendía robarles, dos personas más fueron arrestadas como parte de la investigación. >> la policía de san rafael investiga unos incidentes cuando unas niñas han sido acosadas en la vía, en dos de los casos un hombre le pidió a dos menores de edad que se subieran a su vehículo. >> inicia el fin de semana largo, y parece que la economía no será impedimente. >> maribel: contrario a años anteriores el ahorro tomó un punto prioritario. >> víctor: el ahorro es para tiempos difíciles. >> por eso decidió tomar ventaja como muchos más de los eventos que se ofrecerán de manera gra
and passengers aboard -- aboard the qantas jet bound for australia captured the pictures, in the mobile phone and the pilot told nervous passengers the plane had to jetson fuel, before returning to san francisco's airport and we are told one engine vibrated 15 minutes into the flight and they shut down the flight and, all well that ends well but you don't want to look out the window and it appears, the engine has huge sparks flying out of it. bill: qantas airlines... martha: qantas. qantas. bill: still perfect after the flight. minutes from now, president obama meets with israel's prime minister in the white house, which marks the start of the first peace talks in nearly tw years and a meeting with the palestinian president will follow that, major garrett is watching that on the north lawn of the white house. major, good morning. >> good morning, bill. bill: is it considered a legitimate shot at talking peace. >> reporter: there is no legitimate shot until the two parties are talking to each other on a regular basis, and as you said, bill, the intro, it has not happened in two years, so, the
on entertainment. >> do you know john travolta was a pilot for qantas airlines? that is what they said yesterday on the show. >> how about that. 59 degrees on tv hill. >> the heated race for the state's attorney will be decided today. more on that coming up. >> things are pretty quiet right now, but we do have some rain in the forecast later in the week. >> pretty quiet on the area roads with one exception. roads with one exception. there is a downed my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress.
phone video shows what passengers described as a rumble on board this qantas flight from san francisco to sydney. turns out, one of the engines caught fire and shut down 45 minutes into the flight. despite spewing a stream of sparks, the pilot was able to safely turn around to make an emergency landing in the bay area. >>> well, commuters in china are saying not again. this after a traffic jam stretching 62 miles has left cars and trucks idle since yesterday. now, the headache comes less than two weeks after a 60-mile backup that lasted nine grueling days. authorities are blaming traffic restrictions on the highway. it doesn't help that 13 million cars were sold in china last year alone. and you can see there, bill, there's no side streets. you don't have any options. there's no gps alternate route there. >> oh, but if they all had humvees, then we could just get in the hummer and go right over the hill. >> yeah, have a little action where you just crash through. i don't know if that goes so well 60 miles in. >> or in china. >>> well, time now for an early look at some of the stories w
who is a pilot and has flown with qantas. oprah and her audience will make the eight-day trip in december. >>> and the passing of someone who uttered the most famous line from one of the most famous science fiction movies ever, "invasion of the body snatchers." >> they're after you, they're after all of us. our wives, our children, everyone, they're here already! you are next! you're next! >> kevin mccarthy was a respected actor who also starred in the stage and movie versions of "death of a salesman." which earned him an oscar nomination. kevin mccarthy died this weekend. he was 96. >>> still ahead -- the new medal of honor winner, 22 years old, showing what courage looks like, his first interview. ations. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nosebleed, and sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy symptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptom
as a mock-up of qantas airlines jet rolled yont stage. >>> health officials are worried about a new superbug. it first reached a british hospital from india. it's now sickened people in three states, california, massachusetts and illinois. researchers say it's the result of a newly discovered gene that can give bacteria the ability to resist nearly all antibiotics. superbugs aside now this morning it seems americans are getting cleaner. and a study finds in part by soap companies researchers found 85% washed their hands. that's up from 77% three years ago. however, only 77% of men wash up. compared to 93% of women. >>> new research suggests that playing fast-paced video games may have a hidden benefit. studies found that people who played action video games improved their decision-making skills, even in real life. >> reporter: taylor and his friends love playing video games. >> shooting games are the best. especially the guys. killing things is always fun. >> reporter: but these games may be more than just fun. they may help our brain make accurate decisions faster. >> you're always moving,
. some people here disagree. >>> qantas airplane, the engine failed in mid-air caused an emergency landing in san francisco. here's the video. amateur video of the landing. nobody got hurt when the pilot dumped the jet fuel and made that landing yesterday but we're learning now it's very rare for it to happen. the number four engine ripped a hole in the external occasion. australian officials are investigating how that happened. >>> people in some north carolina beaches warned to get out of dodge but not all of them will. plus michael douglas makes a big announcement about his battle with cancer. we'll update you on his prognosis. ♪ express yourself ♪ ♪ oh, do it ♪ oh, do it [ female announcer ] coffee is like life. it's better when you add your flavor. coffee-mate. from nestle. >>> welcome back to msnbc. i'm contessa brewer. breaking newsing right now from pakistan. police say at least 14 people have been killed, three bombs were he did to natd during a shiite muslim procession. at least 100 people were wounded in the attacks and some of those people then rioted attacking
of a qantas airline jet came out on the stage john travolta came out dressed as a pilot. she is set to launch her own cable channel after this year. updating some of fox top stories tonight. the family of the jailed american hiker shourd asking iran to lower the amount of her half-million-dollar bail saying they can't raise the cash and shourd needs to come home for medical treatment. nasa releasing this video of hurricane igor as seen in the space station. it could soon become a category a storm the highest they have. president obama says his administration has stopped the bleeding in the economy but that the pace of the economy is not what it needs to be. is he pushing the senate to pass a bill it cut taxes for small businesses. and on this day in 1990 the long arm of the law found a new home on the small screen for the premier of what would become the longest running crime drama on all of television, law and order. the formula for nbc's hour-long jugger not was simple. the first hour of the show focused on police work here in new york city, the second half prosecution in a court of law. th
onboard qantas flight this morning. they show the hole created when one of the four engines blew up. it was less than an hour into the flight that everyone felt a thud and strong vibration. some passengers on the right side of plane saw sparks and planes. the pilot turned around and dumped fuel and headed back to sfo. passengers say despite all they heard and saw, there was no panic onboard. >> kept talking to us. and they just reassured us the whole way. >> passengers were put up for the night at hotels in the bay area. most were rebooked on flights today through los angeles. >>> the search tonight for two missing friends. the two filipino women are from vallejo. on the left is a 60 year old who goes by carol and her 67-year-old friend or rita as her friends call her. the two were last seen on august 25th. police say smart left her home to visit allen. smart's abandoned car was later found. police believe both women are in a 2002 white cadillac aescalade. >>> the gang member suspected of shooting a fremont police officer and is accused getaway accomplice were charged today. tonight
. >>> a qantas plane had an emergency landing and landed in san francisco. no one was hurt when the pilot dumped the jet fuel and made the landing yesterday. we're learning now this kind of thing is extremely rare. the number 4 engine ripped a hole in its external casing. australian officials are investigating exactly how that happened. >>> crash landing of a different type. how on earth did this car end up in a swimming pool? >>> how do you spell independence? definitely not the way it's spelled on that high way sign. [ female announcer ] lunch at red lobster... it's laughs over a coastal soup and grilled shrimp salad. catching up over wood-grilled shrimp and chicken. and with lunches starting at just $6.99... it's an hour you wouldn't trade for anything. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. comes in a liquid gel. boss: and now i'll turn it over gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, c
on these people's faces. >> the qantas airline is there and in addition to the surprise of a lifetime -- >> out pops out john travolta in pilot garb. >> he's a pilot, he flies. >> seriously, let's have this discussion. do you want john travolta to fly you to australia? he's not a day-to h-day pilot. that makes me nervous. they're excited about their eight days in australia. >> for the very latest news, entertainment and aviation, logon to scoop.todayshow.com. >>> all right, there's some things that are considered news in the world but only a few stories that make us say -- >> no way! >> -- so, as your mother always said, and she should, don't forget to wash your hands. a new study finds that men are more likely to skip that important thing. the study sponsored by the american society of microbiology indicates 39% of women wash their hands in public restrooms. only 1 in 16 don't. as for you fellows out there, 1 in 4 of you do not wash your hands when leaving the potty. the good news, though, from both studies that the numbers are up from 2007. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] ever have morning pain sl
back to san francisco international airport for an emergency landing. qantas left san francisco bound for australia but had to turn around over the pacific. more now fromp heather. >> should erred for perhaps 10 seconds. we could sea mass of spark. >>reporter: bill reads from what he hopes most dramatic facebook posting ever. today the cripple boeing 747 sat on the tarmac at sfo. failed rolls royce engine covered up. last tonight it failed about half hour after take off flight 74 was bound for sidney with two 12 passengers and 19 crew on board. crab tree and his wife were sitting over the wing and saw a trail of sparks 60 feet long. >> the girl next door to us started craig. she said are we going to die? i said no we have 3 more engines. >>reporter: the faa calls it an uncontained engine failure. aviation consultant wilson says that means whatever failed blew through the engine wall. it took half hour of circling 20,000 feet over the ocean to dump enough fuel to make a safe landing. no one was hurt. >> that airplane weighs 850,000 pounds and it holds 60,000 gallons of fuel.
newsroom, check this out. video of an engine explosion that forced a qantas jet of an emergency landing. remember we told you about this yesterday and it had to land at sfo. this is some video of that. sparks flying out of the engine. it was cell phone video that was posted on the web. comes from one of the 224 people on that flight. the pilot was able to land without anybody getting hurt, but you might remember we showed you that big gash in the side of the engine. apparently this is part of that explosion that caused that. >>> 6:53 right now. we continue to follow developing news out of the east bay this morning, mwhere police say one man is connected to two murders and the disappearance of three other people. late last night california highway patrol officers killed the suspect, efren valdemoro after a high-speed chase. nbc bay area's christie smith is live in vallejo this morning where investigators are searching the home of one of the two missing women. you've got updates for us. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. you know, grisly is the word that investigators used to describe what
that engine explosion that forced a qantas jet to make an emergency landing tuesday. take a look at the sparks. you see them flying out of the engine. this is cell phone video that has been posted on the web. it came from one of the 224 passengers that were on that flight. the pilot was able to land without anybody getting hurt. certainly some scary moments. >>> another blood drive today to help the fremont police officer who was shot in the line of duty. officer todd young will undergo more surgery and he's going to need more blood. today's drive at santa clara high school from 2:15 to 6:00. young graduated from there back in 1989. he's in serious condition now put behe is stable. he was shot last week in oakland after a confrontation with a suspected gang member. >>> a dreamhouse in marin county could be yours if you win the luck of the draw. nonprofit group is going to start selling raffle tickets today for this 3600 square foot home in san rafael. it has four bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, plus a pool, a spa and garden. money from the raffle benefits needy families in marin county. those tickets a
for cbs 5. >>> it's been a week of problems in the air over the bay area. on monday a qantas flight returned safely to sfo after blowing an engine. incident left a hole in one of the 747s engines. that cause is still under investigation. >>> and then trouble on the water. how this family ran into problems and why their rescue had to wait a while. >>> the outpouring of support for a wounded police officer continues. tonight, the message from his family. >>> and a whole lot of talk about transparency in sacramento lately. so this may come as a surprise. why lawmakers want to kick cameras and tape recorders off the assembly floor. ,, [ woman on tv ] if you won't let me in, you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton. [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. out just >>> flames and smoke billowed from this home in pleasant hill tonight. the fire broke out just about an hour ago along
to australia, on qantas airlines. let's look at who the pilot will be. there he is. john travolta. surprises from oprah yesterday. good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> it's all about the moments in her final season. that was one of them. i'm robin roberts. >>> also this morning, a father's quest for justice. he was the sole survivor of the horrible home invasion that shocked the country. today, dr. william petit will take the stand against one of those accused of killing his family. >>> first, the new york jets are under allegations that players and coaches sexually harassed a female reporter in the team's locker room. the team has apologized. but the controversy is not over yet. the nfl is investigating. and ant ya canning was at last night's game. >> reporter: they were talking about her exposed belie ed clea. this has ignited a debate. everyone seemed to have an opinion about ines sainz. spoke to one player that was in the locker room, he said it absolutely happened. now, people are debating whether her style may have landed her this unwanted attention. >> touchdown, balti
to be making headway. what happened yesterday is that a los qantas attorney gloria aldridge representing her former made seeking a claim that she whitman knew she was an illegal immigrant and fired her for political gain when she was running for governor. it is hard to say on this. we are waiting on more development and to see proof that whitman could have known that the housekeeper was in the u.s. legally -- illegally. we are waiting for copy of administration leaders that may have tipped off that her maid had a discrepancy in her social security number. the story is still developing. >> judy lin with the associated press. thanks very much. >> thanks. >> for more information on campaign 2010, go to our web site at c-span.org/politics. host: our next guest served in congress for 18 years. he was a democrat -- is a democrat and is currently chairman of an organization in washington. he is also a blue dog. a new study was done on independent voters. congressman kramer, tell us how you define independent voters in this study? guest: we put this research forum to gather, up with former members t
against qantas airlines claiming a kid's shriek left her partially deaf. and in a recent poll conducted by the travel website sky scanner, close to 60% of respondents favor a family's only sections on planes while nearly 20% prefer child-free flights. do you think there should be family-only sections on airplanes? >> probably. that would make it a whole lot different. >> it's an excellent idea. >> sometimes it can be a little bit disturbing. fly being with kids on airplanes. but, you know, it's part of life. >> reporter: the conflict between families with young kids and those without will continue to play out in public. but for the goobermans and families like theirs, life must go on. >> we're not willing to compromise our lives, and not do the things we like to do just because we have children. >> reporter: for "the early show," cbs news, new york. >>> and joining us now "early" show contributor dr. jennifer hartstein, child and adolescent psychologist. this is such a great topic. there are so many opinions. what that mom just said at the end of the piece really
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